What is FDM?
Treatments can include ironing out fascial seams, smoothing out fascial coils, reversing fascial transition zones on attachment points, minimizing protruding tissue through fascial planes, unfolding and refolding fascial folds and releasing fixated joints. During your first visit with an FDM provider they will walk you through an in depth clinical assessment. This gives them a chance to survey the current state of your injury or pain and evaluate its cause. This clinical assessment is followed by hands-on soft tissue and joint mobilization to help with the healing of the painful areas and their surrounding damaged tissues. If necessary you might be prescribed personalized stretching regiments and exercises. These are important to help keep other injuries from happening and speed up your recovery. Your health is important to us. So, not only do we want the best possible outcomes for you, but we also take your feedback and results to heart. We learn from you and your treatment. Fascialdistortion.com
Injuries We Treat:
Achilles Tendinitis • Ankle Sprains • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome • DeQuarvains Syndrome / Wrist Tenosynovitis • Frozen Shoulder / Adhesive Capsulitis • Golfer’s Elbow • Hamstring Strain/Pull • Hip Flexor / Psoas Tendinitis • Hip Pain • Iliotibial Band Syndrome • Knee Sprains • Low Back Pain • Neck Pain • Osgood-Schlatter Disease • Patellar Tendinitis • Plantar Fasciitis • Rotator Cuff Strains • Sciatica • Sever’s Disease • Shin Splints • Tennis Elbow • Tension Headaches / Migraines • Thoracic Outlet syndrome • TMJ • Whiplash